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of the technology sector. certainly start of companies can be from the person that decides it wants to open a dry cleaners to the latest in technology that originates and we see here at this trade show. where the greatest success seem to be was in the innovation arena, that technology arena, and it appeared to me that government was about to make a decision that was going to limit the opportunity that innovation would have for the economy. and did not expect to have much success, the allies, they were on the other side of the issue. significant players, both in congress and outside. if he was in the room, i would give him full credit for the success. the reality as it was the community the decided they were going to participate in making their position known and felt in washington, d.c. as a result, what was unexpected became the outcome, the unexpected outcome of stopping sopa and pipa was the success we had as a result of citizen participation. i hope that at victory is felt that democracy is still alive and well. a person's. of you can be heard and make a difference. that outcome was the expec
. >> the science, space and technology committee will come to order. i'll recognize myself for an opening statement and the ranking member for her opening statement. the topic of today's hearing, the first of this committee and this congress, is american competitiveness. the role of research and development. this is an appropriate hearing because much of the jurisdiction of this committee relates to keeping america globally competitive. america's ability to compete depends on whether we have the present vision to conduct the science that will define the future. as the wall behind me says, where there is no vision, the people perish. this committee's goal and today's hearing is to help define that vision and ensure that america continues to be the leader of global innovation. our first hearing today will will begin this process by examining the positive impact of today's r&d and looking forward to potential breakthrough innovations in the future. americans have always been innovators and explorers. our ancestors crossed oceans, opened fronttears and ventured to explore a new content and even travel
out how we advanced to the next stage, how we build out these clean technologies and diverse technologies that will allow us to do your choices. more and do it in a clean and environmentally responsible way. raising our energy costs, imposing the mandates, other heavy handed ideas but are out there for reducing greenhouse gas emissions, they will not pass. we have tried it once. so, what we need to be doing as we move forward, rulemaking efforts, as we know, which will try to take things in a direction that i would disagree with. we need to find ways to develop those technologies that allow us to have that greater environmental responsibility. so, we need to develop the resources that we have today. we do it domestically, cut our dependence, taking a portion of that revenue and specifically dedicating it in it to the energy solutions of tomorrow. we talk about our energy funds and how they would build out and truly help us advance. that is kind of the framework. it is good reading. it is thoughtful reading and it is designed to advance the discussion on critically important t
reference in there, diesel technology. diesel is make a comeback. you get 30% more mileage. for example, this car can go around $600 mile per fill-up. so it makes a great road trip car. and diesel vehicles are typically, you have more power than their gasoline variants. but nowadays, they are much cleaner than they used to be and in fact, california where they have the strictest emission laws, just certified clean diesel vehicles. >> and talk about some of the technology on the inside of that car. >> one of the thins that will be highlighted is just user friendly technology interfaces and telematics. audi has what they call mmi which comingles their navigation and all their interfaces. it has wi-fi and you can connect a cadre of different devices. that is good for the kids. my daughter is studying for a spelling bea and my daughter can be on her ipad online. >> this is a nice porsche. >> this is a cayan suv. this represents over 50% of their sales. this is coming there a manufacturer that previously only made sports cars. but they have many variants of this car. butt diesel version, the
claim north korea used bann enn missile technology. >>> right now, vice president joe biden is meeting with leaders in germany. earlier this morning, he talked about iran's nuclear ambitions at a security conference in munich. he says there's still room for diplomacy if iran is willing to make a good faith effort. >>> today marks one year since the murder of a transgender woman in northeast d.c. mayor vincent gray will be among those attending a vigil today at the bus stop where she was murdered. jones was waiting for a bus at the intersecti-- when she was s the face. she later died from her injuries. >>> a maryland community is coming together to help a family who lost two of their daughters in a massive house fire. the fire broke out late thursday night on highland avenue in frederick county. 3-year-old sophie and 6-year-old madigan died of smoke inhalation. four members of the family survived. neighbors describe the chaos as they saw the house go up in flames. >> she wasn't screaming like words. it was just like a painful scream. >> absolutely devastated. a mother's worst nightmare.
and border patrol and technology. "washington journal" is next. ♪ host: congress returns today, part of the agenda includes consideration of a bill requiring the white house to produce a balanced budget. the story today from "the washington times" airlines readers that the budget act requires the president to put out a budget by the first monday of february. senator harry reid said the gun legislation in the senate will include magazine size and background checks, but it would not seek a ban on military-style assault weapons. an amendment could be included to cover that. the president heads to minneapolis to discuss gun control. and the cost of the 2012 elections are in. the final price tag is estimated at $7 billion. according to the consumer confidence index, half the respondents said that the financial crisis went under the labour retirement plan. we are interested in hearing from you if the financial crisis delay your retirement. want to give us a call, the numbers are on your screen. for republicans, 202-585-3881. for democrats, 202-585-3880. for independents, 202-585-3882. if y
of the convention center where you can drive some of the vehicles. >> in terms of the new technology and vehicles on display, what are some trends people will see when they come to the auto show this weekend? >> i think that is what our advantage in washington. the manufacturers want to show not only the consumers but congress what they can do as manufacturers. you'll see three technologies. not only electric vehicles but also the different hybrids that you have and finally hydrogen. you're going to start to see these manufacturers talking about hydrogen. >> nuts and bolts time. when and where, how do we get tickets? washingtonautoshow.com is where your viewers want to go. it starts today. runs for ten days. weekends certainly are a great time to be there. today is auto trader today so you get $4 off your tickets. tickets are $12 for adults. ages 6 to 12 is only $5. five and under, they come for free. >> wear your sneakers because there's a lot of walking. >> lots to see there. >> you get all your exercise in. i know you're going on sunday with your kids. i'm check it out as well. thanks so much
, information technology, even in accounting and finance. my frequent visits to employers across the state affirmed these reports. our state needs a way to accurately measure employment on a real-time basis. we need a better way to quickly measure trends and identify workforce needs by region, so we're working with members of the legislature to enact a system to help us connect workers to jobs in areas of great need from current and future employers. [applause] during the past year we partnered with the wisconsin covenant foundation to provide grants to technical colleges, employers in various regions, to improve workforce development. the next step will come in the state budget as we align new resources with our critcall needs in the workplace of the just a few days ago we graduated the first class under the wisconsin workforce partnership program. diane joined the program because she was unemployed after having been laid off and was looking for a new career. diane has already been hired by a corporation in new holstein as a c and c operator. she started work literally yesterday. diane is
for him to win. now, that's a good thing. it shows the democrats have got the technology and the organizational skills down to do that. but that can be matched in time by another party. the democrats to some extent were going to school on what the republicans were doing to them in 2004 when we had a close elections and it was won by massive turnout operation bias karl rove and the republican national committee that turned out voters at the democrats in places like ohio didn't even know were there. so, you know, and with barack obama at the evidence the ticket, they were able to do that this time around. with him not there anymore, it will depend a lot on who the candidate is as to whether they're able to replicate anything like that strong. >> bill: this influences everybody's lives, all our lives if the president is indeed taking on a more arrogant posture in the sense that he is going to move as far as left as he wants to move because he says why not? i'm not going to get these people anyway. we don't need them anymore. california going to be mostly hispanic. hispanics
. it would include the ipad or the iphone. this is according to a technology web site. just because apple did file for the patent, it does not mean make a go of the technology. we do have sky news in the skies. airways and us u.s. american airlines are trying to terms of a merger deal by terrorists 15 if. however they are trying to how theut details on ownership would be split between american's creditors and u.s. airways investors. a deal would create the world's airline, if they pull it off. the ladies, it seems washington is the place to be poor working women. be for ace to been foworking working women. median income of of,000, triple the salary paid cities for women. d.c. does attract highly workted professionals who in high-paying fields such as law.ics and linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. 5:56 now, 32 degrees. if you attended or watched wednesday night's blizzards -- game, and spotted the magic johnson in the crowd. (vo) they were married for... 53 years. she was his everything. he can't live alone anymore. but we don't have the room. so, we talked to sunt
but not least, the use of technology. we have the ability to share information with technology that we have today with our computers and internet, having databases where we can share information with doctors and hospitals. again, keep the cost down and make sure that the consumer has good information, thorough information and make the choice. this empowers the consumer, which is i think what we all probably appreciate. and, frankly, at the end of the day i trust the consumer to make the decisions that are in the best interest of them. we have too much of a government mentality that thinks well, we know best. we need to choose for you. because you may make the wrong decision. and i think that's just wrongheaded. so let me just conclude this part by saying that what i'm talking about in utah here is a way of addressing this reform. it may not be the way. other states have different demographics. we have a young population in utah, we're the youngest of in america. our meeting age is only 29.2 here's a picture i'm the oldest guy in utah. [laughter] but if you compare our demographics to, say o
continues, see how britain is using new technology to tackle its age old pound puppy problem. >> but first too, close for comfort. see what happens when a whale decides to join a boating excursion off the >>> a trip in a canoe off the coast of hawaii turned into a whale watching excursion by surprise. a humpback whale came out of nowhere and nearly capsized the canoe that carried to people. the couple from arizona was not injured and they say the whale didn't appear to be injured as it swam away. >>> an amazing robotic reproduction of the human body is now on display at london's science museum. robotics experts have built what they've dubbed a million dollar bionic man deplete with artificial organs, synthetic blood, and robotic limbs. he's 6'6" and he was put together during the momently titled documentary "how to build a bionic man." his synthetic blood that we mentioned can bind and give off oxygen just like the real thing. the man called rex by his creators also has an artificial trachea, which means that he soon may be able to speak. >>> many cities north of us are bracing for what co
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.i.a.'s drift toward becoming a paramilitary organization and put it back on course. for all the technological advances america's made in the decade of fighting al qaeda, it still needs all the old tricks it learned in the day before spy satellites and droughns drones. more and better human intelligence in sources on the ground will result in more accurate targeting. that would be a yemen model that actually worked and a lasting and more effective counterterrorism legacy for mr. obama's second term. gregory johnson from "the new york times." another good article by patrick pool on june 6 of 2012. obama's assassination czar, a relatively unnoticed article, this is from the article, quoting, by associated press reporter kimberly dozer two weeks ago outlining new obama administration policy changes which consolidated power for authorizing drone attacks and assassinations under political appointees within the white house. the article identified -- identifies white house counterterrorism chief, john brennan, as the official assuming the role of obama's de facto assassination czar. raising concerns
technology. >>> right now, vice president joe biden is speaking at a security conference in munich, germany. he said the u.s. is prepared to hold talks with iran if they're serious. it is a busy day for biden, who's also expected to meet with opposition leaders in syria. it will be the highest level meeting the u.s. has had on the syrian conflict since it began two years ago. >>> today marks one year since a transgender woman was stabbed to death in northeast d.c. mayor vincent gray will speak later today at a vigil. jones was waiting for a bus when police say 55-year-old gary montgomery attacked her. investigators believe montgomery stabb ebed jones in the face. she later died from her injuries. montgomery was charged with second-degree murder. >>> a maryland community is rallying behind a family devastated by a house fire that killed two young girls. 3-year-old sophie and 6-year-old ma madigan died of smoke inhalation. four other members of the family survived. neighbors say they heard the screams as the flames destroyed the home and trapped the two sisters inside. >> she wasn't screaming
is a no brainer. >> police say only 10% of the arrests in bait cars are for car thefts because technology has made it harder. another 90% are for stealing electronics or other items from the car. >> sometimes you get caught. that is what happens. >> got some great technology. >> they took the bait. >>> up next, talk about a win- win situation. >> a lal furniture store rolls out a promotion ahead of the super bowl and some customers ended up as big winners. we'll explain how they walked away with free furniture after the break. >> and furniture costs a lot. i'll take some free opportunity. >> i wish i had gotten in on this promotion. this is s so sick! i can't believe your mom let you take her car out. this is awesome! whoooo! you're crazy. go faster! go faster! go faster! go faster! no! stop...stop... (mom) i raised my son to be careful... hi, sweetie. hi, mom. (mom) but just to be safe... i got a subaru. (announcer) love. it's what makes a subaru a subaru. [ male announcer ] once you've got verizon fios -- america's fastest, most reliable internet -- you get it. but don't take our word for it, as
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are actually looking into the effectiveness of those pricey yi commercials. they used mobile technology measuring their reactions. >> dad, where do babies come from? >> oh, well, there's a planet called babylandia. >> that's the ticket. survey found this kia spot to be one of the most effective between the visuals and that humor. it found consumers felt engaged in wanting to buy the product when the ad demonstrates the technology of the car as the punch line. >> with soda stream, we could have saved 500 million bottles on game day alone. . >> we remember this one by soda stream scoring the highest as far as consumers wanting to buy the product. it's practical and engaging. pointing out the practicality of its simple and clear demonstration. as we know not every ad scored a touchdown. >> together they are perfect. >> this one by godaddy.com had the biggest turn off of the night. with survey participants showing a strong aversion to the commercial. >>> women's bodies may have been designed to provide milk for their newborns, but for many women it isn't easy. they turn to mothers and girlf
of this history for yourself. so, i'm going to be at the mercy of technology here and see if i can get this to work. one of the first things i did when researching this book was to look at washington, d.c. as a whole. for years and years and years, washington, d.c. was a majority african-american city. i think the numbers are changing right now. but for a long time, washington, d.c. was an african-american majority city. so the question came to me. there are hundreds of statues in the city limits of washington, d.c. sitting on public property. some of these statutes had to be of african-americans i just knew. so i started looking around the city and trying to find out how many statues are there of real african-americans on public land in washington, d.c.? now, i want to be specific about what i am talking about. i am talking about statues of real african-americans, not models. for example, there are statues of african-americans in the korean war memorial. however, these are models. these are statues meant to represent all african americans who fought in the korean war. no one can look
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technology. it's a different method of solving a problem. there's no due process at that point. in acts of war, in acts of violence when we proactively or even reactively act against it, this is just more an advanced way of doing it. where is the due process in those other situations? obviously it comes back to the question of andrea as far as the word imminent, but i just see it as a more sophisticated, more technologically advanced way of solving problems. >> you talked about waco. i think it was a horrible mistake by the justice department and the people on the ground to do what they did. i think it was handfisted, and a lot of people died unnecessarily. that said, the government believed at that point that the children inside were in imminent harm. n in imminent danger. i'm not sure how you save the children by burning the place down, but that's the calculation that they made. and that goes back, steve, to the question of imminent. what is imminent? obviously i'd be the first one to say if they have evidence that this guy is planning an attack, kill him. fine with it. but you know w
will be what technology now is actually in iranian hands, what do they know and what are they planning to do with it. >> all right, then let's talk about the drone program under scrutiny here at home. there's pressure now from congress and the president will release this classified information about this particular program. what can you tell us about that? >> reporter: possibly very savvy move by the white house releasing a classified memo on the legality the killing americans overseas involved with al qaeda. this is something the senate intelligence committee had been pressing for, for months. they have the cloerearances to it. the white house had held on to it hours before john brennan this afternoon will go before that committee for confirmation as cia director. they're giving the committee what they want, possibly trying to take some steam out of the hearing, but i think you can count on plenty of fireworks there as they question brennan about drone policy, what he knew about torture and interrogations, what he knows about leaks to the news media. >> barbara starr at the pentagon for us.
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. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dualair technology that allows you to adjust to the support your body needs. each of your bodies. our sleep professionals will help you find your sleep number setting. exclusively at a sleep number store. sleep number. comfort... individualized. at the ultimate sleep number event, queen mattresses start at just $599. and save 50% on our innovative limited edition bed. >>> his record may not reflect it yet, but today was a huge win. today was national signing day and his recruits -- the biggest fish is the gatorade player of the year in d.c. celebrating with his teammates as he put on the hats. friendship collegiate has been a factory in recent years. eight players signed the football scholarships. four of those playing for the terps. jermaine carter, gray, walker. >> it was hard because i know publicly everyone thought i was going to go to florida state. everyone knows where i'm going. i'm going to maryland. right now, basically trying to change the comment. so bring all the guys home, you all start something big here. >> they
, and there have also been technology advancements in places like iraq and afghanistan where we can survey of the borders. my friends on the arizona mexican border it gets as hot as 140 degrees and that is hard on people. as we have to do the technology side of testing what by the way they've been able to do and i am confident that we can make that progress to ensure our citizens that their lives are secure. we are in a secure building. every night to have drug people going across the property. they deserve security. but we can achieve that. we can achieve that and we are on the way to doing that. >> you said about six of the members are going to go with you. what can you see when you go to the border? >> first of all, they can see the fastness of the border to be the second thing they can see is the improvements that have been made. third, they can see the things that need to be done. talk to the men and women on the ground in the border patrol. the ones who are out there every day literally risking their lives to read there's nothing like having eyeballs and chuck and i found on the issu
the aperture of our engagement. technology. a 21stnot bea first century leader without 21st century tools. i have championed 21st century state-craft. with a center for counterterrorism communications at state. experts and specialists from across the government fluent in arabic, somali use social media to expose al qaeda's abuses including its brutal attacks on muslim civilians. with are leading the effort to defend internet freedom so remains open a reliable for everybody. we're helping human rights activists get online and communicate more safely. the country that built the internet should be leading the fight to protect it from those who would use it as a tool of control. our nonproliferation agenda. negotiating the new start treaty was an example of this at its best. but we also have been working with partners around the world to create a new institution to keep dangerous materials out of the hands of terrorists. we impose crippling sanctions against iran and north korea. enlisted banks and high tech international financial institutions and today the oil tankers sit idle and their curren
and then onward with drones. not one mention of this. and that is the coming technological warfare that we are going to be most involved with. >> absolutely. data recently suggesting that within ten years, about one-third of the u.s. machines, vehicles, et cetera will essentially be unmanned. now, that's a significant technological shift right now that that's going on that needs to be debated. >> mika, not a real conversation about drones. >> no. >> not a real conversation about the size of the defense budget from these people attacking -- >> no. >> -- chuck hagel. >> republicans. >> again we have a big spectacle of what somebody on a call-in television show said years ago. seriously, send in the clowns. >> yeah. >> there's a certain senator that should just have judy collins following him around the capitol all the time. and she can just -- we'll give her a mr. microphone, and she can just walk behind him. >> joe, think about how hard it is to deal with follow-up questions from donny deutsch. if we had to, like, say donny, no, no, no, we've got to take issue with that, we'd be here all da
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technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ >>> good morning, everybody. i'm holly morris. happy wednesday to you. you know it's going to be a good morning when we're starting in the kennedy center. doesn't get much better than the american dance theater which is in town right now only through sunday and do we have special things planned this morning for you. we're going to meet two of the dancers. renee robinson. the last dancer in the company to be selected by alvin himself. we'll talk about that. also, we're going to meet alicia mac. she is someone right from our area. renee is too. alicia trained in columbia maryland. she gets some rehearsal time in and spend time with the artistic director. he's very special. only the third person to ever lead the company. the company started way back in 1958. now in its 55th year. how much it has really participated in throughout the years and what it's meant not only for black dancers but the dance community in ge
right behind me now. automatic lot of people interested in the gizmo, the technology in the car. a lot of it deals with safety. >> driving down the street, if you get too close to somebody, or somebody's getting too close to you, the car alerts, not just you, but it will also alert the car and slow you down or move you over or whatever, if you're getting too close to somebody or if you're falling asleep. it will actually light up your seat, wake you up. >> reporter: how does it know? >> it snows because it can sense that you're drifting in lanes or something like that. you would not be going to sleep, maybe you're intoxicated. >> reporter: and if you come to the show, all kinds of interesting interactive exhibits. now this is the cadillac cue. it's a simulator of sorts here. you can sit in it. you're going to have to sit in the passenger seat. you can sit and learn about the cue system inside the cadillac which is the info system. you can open things with the touch of your hands put it right back here. the navigation system is in 3d. the other interesting thing, when you push the butto
and technology, flame retardants known to cause myriad health effects are being used in couproducts to replace another toxic flame retardant that was phased out eight years ago because of health dangers associated with it. >> children are exposed to five times the level of what is considered safe and they actually exceed acceptable cancer risks within the first two years of life. >> reporter: joanna conglton senior toxicologist of environmental working group says the chemicals including pdebs and compounds known as color chlorinated trists because of concern they may be mutagenic. the various chemicals have been found to disrupt a child's hormone function, impair thyroid function and cause neurological disorders, even autism. molly roush, a mother of three from d.c., is concerned. >> i'm supposed to be the one to make sure that my kids aren't exposed. this is not my job. i'm not a scientist. i'm not a regulator. someone else should be dealing with this. >> unzip it from its covering. >> reporter: roush participated in the study conducted by researchers from duke, berkeley and boston universi
in the future. meantime, with the cell phones and abundance of technology available to kids these days, she says parents are key to preventing them from making the wrong choices. >> with the social media, facebook, twitter, the time that kids are out of your home, be aware of what is going on. put some boundaries and maybe make some unpopular choices in telling your children no that they can't go some place or be some place or stay some place x period of time. >> that was fox 5's lauren demarco reporting. because the school system does not comment on disciplinary measures, we do not know if three students were suspended or expelled. >>> in alexandria, a 10-year- old was arrested yesterday for bringing a toy gun to school. the student is a fifth grader at douglas macarthur elementary. police say monday affect is he was riding home on the school bus when he showed the toy gun to another student. he did not say it was a fake. another students' parents found out what happened and the incident was reported to police. when the 10-year-old arrived at school yesterday, school officials found the gun, th
excitingly is make sure we change our technology platforms and asset structure to bring on new technologies, particularly manufacture, to some degree, r&d and cost of manufacturer and carbon footprint and reduce recycle time. it's a little bit about classic restrur restructu restructuring and allowing us to take the company forward another step. >> are the austerity measures you're facing in europe in the pricing of pharmaceuticals and the like, has that run its course or continue to see pressure in your business? >> i think we will continue to see negative price evolution in europe going forward, we saw 6 to 7% negative territory last year hopefully a little less dramatic this year and still see pressure, maybe single digits for 2013 and anticipating and factored into our guidance we gave today within which we think we can deliver 4% ets growth in 2013. >> when one looks at your enormous company, it's still a fairly diverse fights one than others. i know you mentioned divestiture of your sports drink business. why still so diversified when others seem to be following a different strategy.
. and develop other approaches that we have in terms of technology being able to gather the kind of intelligence we need. >> and is that happening? >> yes, it is. >> i don't know if there are -- can you cite to a specific thing that is fostering this kind of change as a result of our tragedy in benghazi? >> i think the intelligence community recognizing the recommendations that came out of the accountability report are taking steps to try to ensure that gap is no longer exists. >> so in terms of just the coordination of that has -- there's some specific steps that are being taken to coordinate between the state intelligence community, and dod. >> that's correct. try to improve the ability to get the intelligence, get to the state department, and then state department based on that can make decisions as to whether or not they should request our help. >> now, in listening to your earlier testimony, i think that some of it was that there seemed to be gaps in terms of the information you were getting as what was happening in benghazi. so have steps been taken to make sure that those kinds of communi
other countries have drones? you know it seems -- >> yeah. >> technology technology is always going down. this is something that is sort of justified like the caller suggested, but it's not going to be -- you know we have seen stories about people having personal drones. there was a story a couple of months ago about, you know, a millionaire in california who bought his personal drone to follow his kid walking to school so he could see him, you know, between his house and school. so it's not from that points, it's not all that much longer before, you know, the bad guys out there have access toss that kind of technology and then the shoe is on the other foot so to speak and you would suspect folks wouldn't be so thrilled about the idea that it's you can do this without having people involved. >> good points to which i would add, when we send boots on the ground, right, the american people know where they are going, why they are going, and when they are coming home. at least that's what we demand. right? these drones are sent out by the c.i.a. or the defen
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that technology can and should change how we educate children is pretty remarkable. and there are schools in new york city, in john's state, where again let me be clear between testing and evaluation are i'm not a big live in a whole bunch of testing but where every single day teachers our understanding not what they taught but what their children learned. it's an important distinction. the goal of teachers is not to teach. the goal of teachers is to have their children learn. so every single day using technology, teachers have real-time feedback as to what their children learned that day. not once a year, but think about how empowered that is, to understand this is what my children learned and comprehended and need to move to the next level of this is what they didn't get. figure out a way to reach each to feedback on a daily basis so they come in the next morning with a specific game plan, instructional plan for that child. think a radically different that is any teacher teaching the class of 30 or 35 all the same way at the same time day after day after day, having no real insight into our my
technology of hydraulic fracturing. so we've seen this improvements that have really dramatically changed the course of production that we would never have dreamed of. i'm going to close with is that we have an opportunity based on a study to generate millions of jobs, trillions of investment, and billions if not trillions of federal, state, and local revenues. we have the opportunity to do this from nonconvention oil alone. what we have right now is a choice. we can make wise decisions moving forward to develop all of the above resources. or we can repeat some mistakes of the past, in particular the proposals for the gas industry are repeated. and we have potential for more regulation which could slow down the whole process. so we have an opportunity once-in-a-lifetime, i've been analyzing energy for 40 years and we can move forward between what we produce in this country from imports from canada we can become energy self-sufficient. i never would have dreamed that was possible five years ago. thanks very much for your time. i will turn it over. >> thank you. we're going to have bob cost
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